саҡрым

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Bashkir[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From *čaqïrïm (the distance at which a shout as a voice signal can be heard; earshot), from Proto-Turkic *čaqïr- (to call, hail).

Cognate with Kazakh шақырым (şaqyrym), Kyrgyz чакырым (çakırım), Southern Altai чакырым (čakïrïm), Kumyk чакъырым (çaqırım), Uzbek chaqirim, Uyghur چاقىرىم(chaqirim), Turkmen çakyrym (verst).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [sɑq.ˈrɯ̞m]
  • Hyphenation: саҡ‧рым

Noun[edit]

саҡрым (saqrım)

  1. kilometer
    Өйгә тиклем ике саҡрымдай ара бар.
    Öygä tiklem ike saqrımday ara bar.
    It is a distance of about two kilometers to home.
  2. (historical) verst (unit of length equal to 1,066.8 m)

Declension[edit]